How Does An End Stage Condition Affect My Estate Planning or Will?
What is an end stage condition, and how can it alter your plans?
An end stage condition, as defined by law, is an illness or injury that has no foreseeable expectation for recovery. In this situation, advises Gainesville elder law attorney Shannon Miller, estate planning and drafting a will become much more of a priority. But who can you turn to for help in this process?
Find a Gainesville elder law attorney
At the offices of the Miller Elder Law Firm, our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys will help you every step of the way. If you have any questions about estate planning, wills, probate, or any other elder or special needs law issue; call us today.
How The Miller Elder Law Firm Can Help
Allow our experience in the field to work on your behalf. Contact The Miller Elder Law Firm today for an initial consultation at (352) 379-1900 or fill out our convenient contact form.